Your humble old printer is a vital fixture in your office, but the sad truth is that printers often get left out of the office care routine. Laptops get updated, checked for viruses, PCs get a de-fragging every so often and even the window blinds are cleaned once a year. Why not, then, extend this same solicitude to your printer? Here’s how.
I’ve been a whisky lover for a long time now and although I’m no expert, I’d say that my collection is growing and my tastes are widening. While I’ve always thought that I’d find the best whisky deals at a supermarket or specialist online store, I recently noticed that Amazon have been offering some great deals on some of my favourite whiskies and with free delivery on items over £20 and free next day delivery when you have a prime membership, Amazon might well be my go to one stop whisky shop from now on!
This is a guest post from Pauline of InvestmentZen.com. Pauline left the 9-5 seven years ago to live life on her own terms, and is currently based in sunny Guatemala.
When I went to the bank to apply for a mortgage for my first property, I was given a straight no. The reason was, I was only going to be employed for the next couple of months, and even if the rent would cover the mortgage, the bank wanted more guarantees.
When I first started to run my own business, I really didn’t give too much thought to the idea of setting up an online accounting system to help with paying my taxes. All I really wanted to do was get out there and make some money! So, I just stuffed all my receipts in a drawer, kept a record of what I was earning and that was about it.
Renters struggling to secure a property face more financial cross-examination than ever before, according to ClearScore. Nearly half (48%) of landlords and letting agencies delve into the financial history of every prospective tenant and over a third (37%) sometimes do. Other hopeful applicants won’t escape scrutiny for long as 68% of landlords admit they are more likely to check someone’s credit history today than they were five years ago.